pulpfiction0 Posted December 1, 2018 Report Share Posted December 1, 2018 Sued by Amex (via their usual collection attorneys) in CT. Filed MTC in lieu of an Answer, along with exhibits showing 1) DV letter in which I elect Arb and 2) Amex cardholder agreement. MTC scheduled to be decided via papers (only a select few types of motions are arguable in CT) shortly. Law firm replies to my MTC acknowledging my right to arbitrate, but demand that I initiate within 60 days and pay. Planning to respond that 1) Amex has claims against me; I do not have claims against them (although I do theoretically have a claim against the law firm). Therefore, they should be the party to initiate and 2) Contract states they will pay the cost of Arb, including the consumer fee upon request. Should I do so? If so, do I do it in the format of an informal letter to the Court, or do I need to construct a formal Reply? Thank you! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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